Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Adam"

People with the first name "Adam"

Adam Abel Adam Adaway Adam Anshori Adam Ashworth Adam Auld Adam Bahr Adam Bielby Adam Bixler Adam Buckley Adam Bugher Adam Bushby Adam Cast Adam Cina Adam Crespo Adam Crossan Adam Dionysopoulos Adam Duerson Adam Duriš Adam Elliot Adam Epstien Adam Folta Adam Fossi Adam G. Alvarez Adam Goodes Adam Gulyas Adam Harbin Adam Hedges Adam Heimann Adam Hrankowski Adam Jarosiewicz Adam K. Curry Adam Karr Adam Kearley Adam Kensington Adam Kocaj Adam Kreft Adam Krepp Adam Krzanowski Adam Ladak Adam Lescos Adam Lipman Adam Lisk Adam Logel Adam Lopez Gonzalez Adam Magnuson Adam Margery Adam McShane Adam Mccollough Adam Meza Adam Mullin Adam Naaykens Adam Nemeth Adam Nuttall Adam Parascandola Adam Paschall Adam Polaczek Adam Poturalski Adam Preocanin Adam Qadmon Adam Racette Adam Reichel Adam Rolla Adam Routley Adam Ryley Adam Schmied Adam Seme Adam Serwa Adam Shad Adam Siala Adam Spinozzi Adam Storm Adam Strahl Adam Strauch Adam T. Wilkerson Adam Taurell Adam Thimons Adam Tuffnell Adam Ulrike Adam Usha Adam Varjavandi Adam Vase Adam Venning Adam Voce Adam Walberg Adam Warbrick Adam Wałach Adam Wechsler Adam Weisbrodt Adam Whipple Adam Wightwick Adam Wiktorowski Adam Wilko Adam Willimott Adam Wojewoda Adam Wynings Adam Yussif Adam Zweibel Adam de Rosa Adam el Masry Adam van Vleet

Information about "Adam"

Name-day: 24.12.

For this Adam there are 58206 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Adam are: Barish, Aanstad, Adam

In the ranking of the most common first names Adam is on position 61.

During the last seven days Adam was searched for 111 times.

Meaning of "Adam"

Male first name (German, English, French, Polish, Russian, Arabic): Adam, Man, Hebrew (Old Testament); adamah = the red earth, the earth, adam = man; adom = red; origin uncertain clarified, perhaps from Hebrew 'adam' (red) in the Bible, Adam is the progenitor of mankind, because Adam was created by God from earth, it is in the Bible, a word play on Hebrew 'adamah' (red earth), is used by the Jews themselves understood not as a first name, but is the word for 'man'

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